Two men have been jailed for life in Sweden for committing acts of murder in Syria. They are the first to be jailed for terrorist crimes committed in the country.
The men, both Swedish, deny the charges and at least one says he will appeal.
They are accused of beheading and cutting the throats of two men in Aleppo in 2013.
One insisted he had gone to Syria to fight against the Assad regime, but film emerged of him and his colleague enthusiastically taking part in acts of savagery.
It had been kept by the youngest of the accused on a USB key at his home in Gotenburg.
Both men lived in Sweden’s second city, which has sent over 120 people to fight in Syria, making it one of Islamic State’s main recruiting centres in Europe.
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